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  1. Books News, Tips & Guides | Glamour.
  2. Tips, Links and Suggestions | Books | The Guardian.
  3. Brought to Book: Top Tips to Get Yourself to Read More.
  4. Tips on Children's Reading, Books, Learning ...
  5. Tips For Successful Book Reviewing
  6. Tips on Writing a Popular Science Book
  7. Tips on Choosing a Book - Penguin Books USA
  8. Book Reviews and Best Selling Lists - USAToday
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  10. Writing a Novel Tips
  11. Top Novel Writing Tips - How to Write Fiction
  12. How to Write a Novel - Novel Writing Tips
  13. Writing Your First Novel: 10 Tips for Success
  14. The Author and Editor Relationship: Professional Sparring Partners.
  15. Editorial Services Explained: How the Industry Thinks About Editing, and How You Should Think About It Too.
  16. Writer Gets Readers to Pay Him to Edit his Manuscript.
  17. Bad Math: Rationalization in Fiction.
  18. 7 Deadly Myths and 3 Inspired Truths About Book Editing.
  19. Why Editing Is the Single Best Marketing Tool.
  20. Tips on Writing a Fantasy Novel.
  21. Fiction Factor | Writing Tips for Fiction Writers.
  22. Tips on Writing a Crime Novel.
  23. How to Write a Novel: Advice for New Writers.
  24. Tips for Writing a Novel and Finishing It.
  25. Writing The Perfect Scene: Advanced Fiction Writing Tips.
  26. Writing Tips: How To Find And Capture Ideas for Your Novel.
  27. Writing Tips | Penguin Random House.
  28. Fantasy Writing Tips - How to Write a Fantasy Novel.
  29. 5 Essential Tips for Anyone Trying to Write A Book.
  30. PD James's 10 Tips for Writing Novels - BBC News.
  31. Writing Great Fiction: Storytelling Tips.
  32. Script to Novel Writing Tips: Why You Should Adapt Your Screenplay.
  33. High Fantasy Book Writing: 7 Tips |.
  34. 10 Ridiculously Simple Steps for Writing a Book.
  35. 10 Rules for Writing Fiction.
  36. 13 Tips for Writing a Novel.
  37. 20 Writing Tips from 12 Bestselling Fiction Authors - iUniverse.
  38. 20 New Design And Art Books To Read Before 2017.
  39. 30 Tips for Writing for First Novel - NewNovelist.
  40. 30 Tips For Writing a Book in 30 Days.
  41. 42 Fiction Writing Tips for Novelists.
  42. 101 of the Best Fiction-Writing Tips.
  43. Fiction Writing 101: Tips and Elements.
  44. How to Write a Novel: 25 Rules - Book Trust.
  45. 37 Books Every Creative Person Should Be Reading.
  46. "Where Do People Learn Hatred?": Religion and Responsibility.
  47. 13 Spectacular Audiobooks You'll Enjoy This Summer.
  48. 12 Books that Illuminate the Beautiful and Complex History of Cuba.
  49. 12 Novels That Celebrate the Joys and Challenges of Motherhood.
  50. The New York Times vs. The Chinese Authorities.
  51. 11 Books Inspired by Shakespeare.
  52. 12 Novels That Celebrate the Joys and Challenges of Motherhood.
  53. It's Snowing Poet Laureates.
  54. Euro Politicos Top Nonfiction Lists Overseas.
  55. 8 Glorious and Triumphant Novels of Scientific Discovery.
  56. For A Deeper Sleep, Forgo The E-Reader Before Bed.
  57. Italy Bookshops Refuse to Stock Mafia Family Book.
  58. Chinese Magazine Challenges Government Over Censorship.
  59. Wikipedia: Unusual Articles
  60. 10 Interesting and Unusual Wikipedia Articles
  61. Here Are the Best Books of 2016 So Far | TIME.
  62. The Best Books of 2016 So Far | Powell.
  63. 28 books to read in 2016 | The Week .
  64. 2016 Book Lists | Goodreads.
  65. 32 New Books To Add To Your Shelf In 2016 | Huffington Post.
  66. 25 Best Books to Read 2016.
  67. The 10 Best Articles Wikipedia Deleted in December 2015
  68. 27 Of The Most Exciting New Books Of 2015.
  69. 21 Books to Read Before They Hit the Big Screen in 2015.
  70. Best Picture Books of 2015
  71. 20 Brilliant Picture Books Coming Out In 2015
  72. When it Rains, it Pours: 50 More Picture Books From a Stellar 2015
  73. 12 Powerful War Novels that Transcend War
  74. 12 Novels that Take a Bite Out of the Big Apple
  75. 11 Literary Servants Tell Their Own Stories
  76. The Decline of Wikipedia
  77. How to Read More and Remember What You Read: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3.
  78. How to Remember What You Read (Time).
  79. How to Remember What You Read.
  80. How to Stop Forgetting What You Read.
  81. How to Read Faster and Retain More.
  82. 8 Tips To Remember What You Read.
  83. Why Read What We Can't Remember?.
  84. How To Retain 90% Of Everything You Learn.
  85. 101 Best Selling Books of All Time (List Challenges)
  86. Time Magazine's So-Called 100 Best Young Adult Books of All Time
  87. 100 Best Novels (Modern Library)
  88. Apple Enters A New Round In E-Book Price-Fixing Fight
  89. The Best Fiction Books of 2014 (Kirkus)
  90. "What Are You Reading?"
  91. War, Cheap Alcohol, and Good Old-Fashioned Journalism
  92. 24 Books to Read Based on Favorite TV Shows.
  93. The Best Books of 2014 (Goodread)
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  97. The Most Stunning Picture Books Of 2014
  98. 14 Must-Read Books Set Under the African Sun
  99. Apple Enters A New Round In E-Book Price-Fixing Fight
  100. The Ten Best Books of 2014
  101. The Five Best Audiobooks of 2014 (The Washington Post)
  102. 50 Notable Works of Nonfiction
  103. The Top 50 Fiction Books for 2014 (The Washington Post)
  104. The Best Books of 2014 (The Atlantic)
  105. Best Film Books of 2014
  106. The Best Fiction Books of 2013 (Kirkus)
  107. The Best Fiction Books of 2012 (New Yorker)
  108. 100 Notable Books of 2010 (New York Times)
  109. The Best Books for Kids (CommonSenseMedia.org)
  110. Books Banned by the Governments
  111. John Steinbeck Story Resurfaces After 70 Years
  112. Great Books of the Western World
  113. Le Monde's 100 Books of the Century
  114. 50 Best Cult Books (The Telegraph)
  115. Fantasy: The 100 Best Books
  116. Horror: 100 Best Books
  117. Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels
  118. The 100 Best Novels 1949-1984
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  120. The Top 100 Crime Novels of All Time
  121. The 100 Best Young-Adult Books of All Time (Time)
  122. 35 Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lifetime
  123. 100 Best Characters in Fiction Since 1900. - (Audio)
  124. The 20th Century’s Greatest Hits: 100 English-Language Books of Fiction.
  125. Teddy Roosevelt, On the Mount Rushmore of Literary Life.
  126. Who’s the Fastest Reader in the World: Discover the 10 World’s Fastest Readers.
  127. History of American Newspapers
  128. The Right Thing to Say About America
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  139. Cheap Words: Amazon Is Good for Customers. But Is It Good for Books?
  140. Books Go Online for Free in Norway
  141. A Justice Deliberates: Sotomayor On Love, Health And Family by Nina Totenberg.
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  147. Inside The New York Times Book Review.
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Did You Know?

  1. Author Ray Bradbury used a typewriter for rent at the library to write his work known as "Fahrenheit 451", which was published in 1953. David McCullough bought a second-hand Royal typewriter in 1965 and has used it to compose every book he has published.
  2. Author Cormac McCarthy continues to write his novels on an Olivetti Lettera 32 typewriter to the present day. In 2009, the Lettera he obtained from a pawn shop in 1963, on which nearly all his novels and screenplays have been written, was auctioned for charity at Christie's for $254,500. After it was sold McCarthy obtained an identical replacement for $20 to continue writing on.
  3. The Egyptian government, often sentences writers and journalists for their writing in books or articles in magazines or newspapers; in February 2016 its public prosecutor sentenced writer Ahmed Naji to 2 years in prison and fined $1,277 for his novel "The Use of Life", in which the characters smoke cannabis, have sex and wander the city; in 2013, writer Karam Saber was sentenced to 5 years in jail on charges of "contempt for religion" for his short story collection "Where is God"; and in 2008, comic-book writer Magdy El Shafee was fined and his graphic novel "Metro" was banned, it was republished in 2012.
  4. Wikipedia, one of the top 10 websites in the world, is relied on by students, scholars, journalists, and citizens; 90% of Wikipedia's editors are male.
  5. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", a children's adventure novel written in 1865, by Lewis Carroll, was formerly banned in the province of Hunan, China, beginning in 1931, for its portrayal of anthropomorphized animals acting on the same level of complexity as human beings. The censor Chinese government believed that attributing human language to animals was an insult to humans, and feared that the book would teach children to regard humans and animals on the same level, which would be "disastrous".
  6. The first book that was written using the typewriter was "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" written by Mark Twain (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910) in 1876
  7. "The Diary of Anne Frank", an autobiography book written in 1947 by Anne Frank, was banned in Lebanon for "portray[ing] Jews, Israel or Zionism favorably"
  8. Mark Twain (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910) didn't graduate from elementary school. In 1848, when Twain was 12, he left school after the fifth grade to become a printer's apprentice and never went back to study in schools again.
  9. "Big River, Big Sea — Untold Stories of 1949", a non-fiction novel written in 2009 by Lung Ying-tai was banned in mainland China after it was sold over 100,000 copies in Taiwan and 10,000 in Hong Kong in the first month of release.
  10. "Zhuan Falun", a spiritual book written in 1993 by Li Hongzhi, was banned in Mainland China, for teachings of Falun Gong, a religion prohibited in China.
  11. "The Devil's Discus", a non-fiction novel written in 1964 by Rayne Kruger, was banned in Thailand in 2006, for an inquiry into the mysterious death of the 20-year-old King of Thailand just after the Second World War.
  12. "One Day of Life", a novel written in 1980 by Manlio Argueta,\ was banned by El Salvador for its portrayal of human rights violations.
  13. "All Quiet on the Western Front", an anti-war novel written in 1929 by Erich Maria Remarque, was banned by Nazi German government, for being demoralizing and insulting to the Wehrmacht.
  14. "Animal Farm", a political novel written in 1945 by George Orwell, was banned in the USSR and other communist countries - The book is still banned in North Korea, and censored in Vietnam. In 2002, the novel was banned in the schools of the United Arab Emirates, because of text or images against Islamic values.
  15. "American Psycho", a novel written in 1991 by Bret Easton Ellis, was banned in the Australian State of Queensland. It now is available in some public libraries and for sale to people 18 years and older.
  16. "An Area of Darkness", a travelogue essay written in 1964 by V. S. Naipaul, was banned in India for its negative portrayal of India and its people.
  17. "Angaray", a progressive short stories book written in 1932 by Sajjad Zaheer, was banned in India in 1936 by the British government.
  18. "Borstal Boy", an autobiographical novel written in 1958 by Brendan Behan was banned in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand in 1958 until 1963, for its critique of Irish republicanism and the Catholic Church, and its depiction of adolescent sexuality.
  19. "The World Is Full of Married Men", a novel written in 1968 by Jackie Collins, was banned in Australia and South Africa in 1968 for nasty, filthy and disgusting.
  20. "The Boys", an American creator-owned comic book series, written from 2006 to 2008 by Garth Ennis and co-created, designed and illustrated by Darick Robertson was banned in 2012 by Qatar.
  21. "Burger's Daughter", a novel written in 1979 by Nadine Gordimer, was banned in South Africa from July, 1979 to October 1979 for against the government's racial policies.
  22. "Candide", a novel written in 1759 by Voltaire, was seized by US Customs in 1930 for obscenity.
  23. "Catch-22", a novel written in 1961 by Joseph Heller, was banned in several cities in the U.S.: Strongsville, Ohio (from 1972 to 1976), Dallas, Texas (1974) and Snoqualmie, Washington (1979), because of some references to women as "whores" in the novel.
  24. "Brave New World", a novel written in 1932 by Aldous Huxley, was banned in Ireland in 1932 and Australia from 1932 to 1937, allegedly because of references of sexual promiscuity.
  25. "The Stud", a novel written in 1969 by Jackie Collins, was banned in Australia in 1969 for its explicit sexual content.
  26. "The Da Vinci Code", a novel written in 2003 by Dan Brown, was banned in September 2004 in Lebanon after Catholic leaders deemed it offensive to Christianity
  27. The Codex Leicester is a collection of famous scientific writings by Leonardo da Vinci. The Codex is named after Thomas Coke, later created Earl of Leicester, who purchased it in 1719. Of Leonardo's 30 scientific journals, the Codex may be the most famous of all. The manuscript holds the record for the sale price of any book, when it was sold to Bill Gates at Christie's auction house on 11 November 1994 in New York for US$30,802,500.
  28. "The Country Girls", a novel written in 1960 by Edna O'Brien, was banned by Ireland's censorship board in 1960 for its explicit sexual content.
  29. "The Dark", a novel written in 1965 by John McGahern, was banned in Ireland for obscenity.
  30. "The Death of Lorca", a biography book written in 1971 by Ian Gibson, was banned briefly in Spain.
  31. "Curved River", a short stories collection edited by Živojin Pavlović in 1963, was banned by Yugoslavia
  32. Banned Books and Other Forms of Censorship in Vietnam During 2002
  33. The American 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt, was probably the most well-read president; he read an average of one book per day.
  34. Billionaire Warren Buffett bought 28 regional newspapers for $344 million over 18 months in 2011, 2012 and 2013; his BH Media Group now owns 69 titles. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post in 2013 for $250 million, and former hedge fund manager and Red Sox owner John Henry bought The Boston Globe last year for $70 million.
  35. Before the invention of newspapers in the early 17th century, official government bulletins were circulated at times in some centralized empires
  36. As of 2005, there were approximately 6,580 daily newspaper titles in the world selling 395 million print copies a day (in the U.S., 1,450 titles selling 55 million copies).
  37. The German-language Relation aller Fürnemmen und gedenckwürdigen Historien, printed from 1605 onwards by Johann Carolus in Strasbourg, is often recognized as the first newspaper.
  38. The first English-language newspaper, Corrant out of Italy, Germany, etc., was published in Amsterdam in 1620.
  39. La Gazette (originally published as Gazette de France) is the first newspaper in France was published in 1631.
  40. The first newspaper in Portugal, A Gazeta da Restauração, was published in 1641 in Lisbon
  41. The first Spanish newspaper, Gaceta de Madrid, was published in 1661.
  42. Post- och Inrikes Tidningar (founded as Ordinari Post Tijdender) was first published in Sweden in 1645, and is the oldest newspaper still in existence, though it now publishes solely online.
  43. Opregte Haarlemsche Courant from Haarlem, first published in 1656, is the oldest paper still printed.
  44. The first newspaper in Poland, Merkuriusz Polski Ordynaryjny, was published in Kraków in 1661.
  45. The first successful English daily newspaper is The Daily Courant, which was published from 1702 to 1735.
  46. The first newspaper in the American colonies is Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick published by Benjamin Harris in Boston in 1690.
  47. The first continuously published newspaper in the American colonies is The Boston News-Letter in Boston in 1704
  48. The Pennsylvania Evening Post is the first American daily newspaper in 1783
  49. In 1752, John Bushell published the Halifax Gazette, which claims to be "Canada's first newspaper."
  50. In 1764, the Quebec Gazette was first printed 21 June 1764 and remains the oldest continuously published newspaper in North America as the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. It is currently published as an English-language weekly from its offices at 1040 Belvédère, suite 218, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
  51. The first newspaper in Peru was El Peruano, established in October 1825.
  52. The first modern newspaper in Japan is the Nagasaki Shipping List and Advertiser, which was published bi-weekly by the Englishman A. W. Hansard; the first edition appeared on 22 June 1861.
  53. Spain (at Segovia) and in Spanish language.
  54. "Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye" was the first book printed in 1475 in the English language.
  55. "Bay Psalm" is the first book printed in British North America in 1640.
  56. "New South Wales General Standing Orders" was the first book printed in Australia in 1802, comprising Government and General Orders issued between 1791 and 1802.
  57. The book in codex form and printed on paper, as we know it today, dates from the 15th century.
  58. Books printed before January 1, 1501, are called incunables
  59. The first printing press was invented by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440.
  60. In the year 377, there were 28 libraries in Rome.
  61. Book production developed in Rome in the 1st century BC with Latin literature.
  62. The Library at Pergamon, founded by Attalus I, contained 200,000 volumes, were moved to the Serapeion by Mark Antony and Cleopatra, after the destruction of the Museion. The Serapeion was partially destroyed in 391, and the last books disappeared in 641 CE following the Arab conquest.
  63. The Library of Alexandria, a library created by Ptolemy Soter and set up by Demetrius Phalereus (Demetrius of Phaleron), contained 500,900 volumes (in the Museion section) and 40,000 at the Serapis temple (Serapeion). The Museion was partially destroyed in 47 BC.
  64. Silk, in China, was a base for writing, which was done with brushes.
  65. Writing appears to have developed between the 7th millennium BC and the 4th millennium BC.
  66. Writing on bone, shells, wood and silk existed in China long before the 2nd century BC.
  67. The first printing of books started in China and was during the Tang Dynasty (618–907), but exactly when is not known.
  68. The oldest extant printed book is a Tang Dynasty work of the Diamond Sutra and dates back to 868
  69. Paper was invented in China around the 1st century AD.

Book Reviews

Interesting Books

  1. Far from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy
  2. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
  3. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
  4. The Moon and Sixpence by W. Somerset Maugham
  5. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
  6. Utopia by Thomas More
  7. On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin
  8. David Copperfield by Charles Dickens
  9. Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift
  10. The Vicar of Wakefield by Oliver Goldsmith
  11. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon
  12. The Lay of the Last Minstrel by Walter Scott
  13. Pride and Prejudice by Jane_Austen
  14. The Time Machine by H. G. Wells
  15. Sons and Lovers by D. H. Lawrence
  16. The Social Contract by Jean Jacques Rousseau
  17. War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
  18. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carrol
  19. For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway
  20. The Forsyte Saga by John_Galsworthy
  21. The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
  22. A Passage to India by E. M. Forster
  23. The Discovery of India by Jawaharlal Nehru
  24. The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mahatma Gandhi
  25. Geetanjali by Rabindranath Tagore

Most Popular Novels

  1. A CLOCKWORK ORANGE by Anthony Burgess
  2. A BEND IN THE RIVER by Nobel laureate V.S. Naipaul
  3. A DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF TIME (series) by Anthony Powell
  4. A FAREWELL TO ARMS by Ernest Hemingway
  5. A HANDFUL OF DUST by Evelyn Waugh
  6. A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA by Richard Hughes
  7. A HOUSE FOR MR BISWAS by Nobel laureate V.S. Naipaul
  8. A MESSAGE TO GARCIA by Elbert Hubbard
  9. A PASSAGE TO INDIA by E.M. Forster
  11. A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY by John Irving
  12. A ROOM WITH A VIEW by E.M. Forster
  13. A TALE OF TWO CITIES by Charles Dickens
  14. A TOWN LIKE ALICE by Nevil Shute
  15. ABSALOM, ABSALOM! by William Faulkner
  16. ANGLE OF REPOSE by Wallace Stegner
  17. ALL THE KING’S MEN by Robert Penn Warren
  18. AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY by Theodore Dreiser
  19. ANNE OF GREEN GABLES by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  20. AND THEN THERE WERE NONE by Agatha Christie
  21. ANIMAL FARM by George Orwell
  22. ANTHEM by Ayn Rand
  24. ARROWSMITH by Sinclair Lewis
  25. AS I LAY DYING by William Faulkner
  26. AT SWIM-TWO-BIRDS by Brian O'Nolan
  27. AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS by H. P. Lovecraft
  28. ATLAS SHRUGGED by Ayn Rand
  29. BATTLEFIELD EARTH by L. Ron Hubbard
  31. BELOVED by Toni Morrison
  32. BLOOD MERIDIAN by Cormac McCarthy
  33. BRAVE NEW WORLD by Aldous Huxley
  34. BRIDESHEAD REVISITED by Evelyn Waugh
  35. CATCH-22 by Joseph Heller
  36. CHARLOTTE'S WEB by E.B. White; illustrated by Garth Williams
  37. CITIZEN OF THE GALAXY by Robert A. Heinlein
  38. DARKNESS AT NOON by Arthur Koestler
  40. DELIVERANCE by James Dickey
  41. THE DA VINCI CODE by Dan Brown
  42. DOUBLE STAR by Robert A. Heinlein
  43. DREAM OF THE RED CHAMBER by Cao Xueqin
  44. DUNE by Frank Herbert
  45. ENDER'S GAME by Orson Scott Card
  46. FARENHEIT 451 by Ray Bradbury
  47. FEAR by L. Ron Hubbard
  48. FIFTH BUSINESS by Robertson Davies
  49. FINNEGANS WAKE by James Jones
  50. FROM HERE TO ETERNITY by James Jones
  51. GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN by James Baldwin
  52. GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell
  53. GRAVITY’S RAINBOW by Thomas Pynchon
  54. GREENMANTLE by John Buchan
  55. GUILTY PLEASURES by Laurell K. Hamilton
  62. HEART OF DARKNESS by Joseph Conrad
  64. HENDERSON THE RAIN KING by Saul Bellow
  65. HOWARDS END by E.M. Forster
  66. I, CLAUDIUS by Robert Graves
  67. ILLUSIONS by Richard Bach
  68. INVISIBLE MAN by Ralph Ellison
  69. IRONWEED by William Kennedy
  70. IT by Stephen King
  72. KIM by Rudyard Kipling
  73. LIGHT IN AUGUST by William Faulkner
  74. LOLITA by Vladimir Nabokov
  75. LORD OF THE FLIES by William Golding
  76. LORD JIM by Joseph Conrad
  77. LOVING by Henry Green
  78. MAIN STREET by Sinclair Lewis
  79. MEMORY AND DREAM by Charles de Lint
  80. MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN by Salman Rushdie
  81. MISSION EARTH by L. Ron Hubbard
  82. MOONHEART by Charles de Lint
  83. MULENGRO by Charles de Lint
  84. MY ANTONIA by Willa Cather
  85. MYTHAGO WOOD by Robert Holdstock
  86. NAKED LUNCH by William S. Burroughs
  87. NATIVE SON by Richard Wright
  88. NOSTROMO by Joseph Conrad
  89. OF HUMAN BONDAGE by W. Somerset Maugham
  90. ON THE BEACH by Nevil Shute
  91. ON THE ROAD by Jack Kerouac
  93. ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE by Gabriel García Márquez
  94. ONE LONELY NIGHT by Mickey Spillane
  95. PALE FIRE by Vladimir Nabokov
  96. PARADE’S END by Ford Madox Ford
  97. POINT COUNTER POINT by Aldous Huxley
  98. PORTNOY’S COMPLAINT by Philip Roth
  99. RAGTIME by E.L. Doctorow
  100. SCOOP by Evelyn Waugh
  101. SHANE by Jack Schaefer
  102. SHE: A HISTORY OF ADVENTURE by H. Rider Haggard
  103. SISTER CARRIE by Theodore Dreiser
  104. SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE by Kurt Vonnegut
  105. SOMEPLACE TO BE FLYING by Charles de Lint
  108. SONS AND LOVERS by D. H. Lawrence
  109. SOPHIE’S CHOICE by William Styron
  110. STARSHIP TROOPERS by Robert Heinlein
  111. STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND by Robert Heinlein
  112. SUTTREE by Cormac McCarthy
  113. TENDER IS THE NIGHT by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  114. THE AGE OF INNOCENCE by Edith Wharton
  116. THE ALEXANDRIA QUARTET by Lawrence Durell
  117. THE AMBASSADORS by Henry James
  118. THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY by Robert James Waller
  119. THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY by Thornton Wilder
  120. THE BULWARK by Theodore Dreiser
  121. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J.D. Salinger
  122. THE CALL OF THE WILD by Jack London
  124. THE CUNNING MAN by Robertson Davies
  125. THE DAY OF THE LOCUST by Nathanael West
  126. THE DEATH OF THE HEART by Elizabeth Bowen
  127. THE DOOR INTO SUMMER by Robert Heinlein
  128. THE EAGLE HAS LANDED by Jack Higgins
  129. THE FIANCIER by Theodore Dreiser
  130. THE FOUNTAINHEAD by Ayn Rand
  132. THE "GENIUS" by Theodore Dreiser
  133. THE GINGER MAN by J. P. Donleavy
  134. THE GOOD SOLDIER by Ford Madox Ford
  135. THE GOLDEN BOWL by Henry James
  136. THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck
  137. THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  138. THE HANDMAID’S TALE by Margaret Atwood
  139. THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE by Shirley Jackson
  140. THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER by Carson McCullers
  142. THE HITE REPORT by Shere Hite
  143. THE HOBBIT by J. R. R. Tolkien
  144. THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER by Tom Clancy
  145. THE TITAN by Theodore Dreiser
  146. THE LITTLE COUNTRY by Charles de Lint
  147. THE LITTLE PRINCE by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  149. THE LORD OF THE RINGS by J.R.R. Tolkien
  150. THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS by Booth Tarkington
  151. THE MAGUS by John Fowles
  152. THE MALTESE FALCON by Dashiell Hammett
  153. THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS by Robert Heinlein
  154. THE MOVIEGOER by Walker Percy
  155. THE NAME OF THE ROSE by Umberto Eco
  156. THE HEART OF THE MATTER by Graham Greene
  157. THE HOUSE OF MIRTH by Edith Wharton
  158. THE NAKED AND THE DEAD by Norman Mailer
  159. THE OLD WIVES’ TALE by Arnold Bennett
  161. THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE by Muriel Spark
  162. THE PUPPET MASTERS by Robert Heinlein
  163. THE RAINBOW by D.H. Lawrence
  164. THE RECOGNITIONS by William Gaddis
  165. THE SATANIC VERSES by Salman Rushdie
  166. THE SECRET AGENT by Joseph Conrad
  167. THE SHELTERING SKY by Paul Bowles
  168. THE SOUND AND THE FURY by William Faulkner
  169. THE STAND by Stephen King
  170. THE STOIC by Theodore Dreiser
  171. THE STUDS LONIGAN TRILOGY by James T. Farrell
  172. THE SUN ALSO RISES by Ernest Hemingway
  173. THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT by Beatrix Potter
  174. THE WAPSHOT CHRONICLES by John Cheever
  175. THE WAY OF ALL FLESH by Samuel Butler
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  177. THE WOOD WIFE by Terri Windling
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  180. THINK AND GROW RICH by Napoleon Hill
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  184. TRADER by Charles de Lint
  185. TROPIC OF CANCER by Henry Miller
  187. UNDER THE NET by Iris Murdoch
  188. ULYSSES by James Joyce
  189. U.S.A.(trilogy) by John Dos Passos
  190. UNDER THE VOLCANO by Malcolm Lowry
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  39. 1977 - Vicente Aleixandre
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  44. 1972 - Heinrich Boll
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  47. 1969 - Samuel Beckett
  48. 1968 - Yasunari Kawabata
  49. 1967 - Miguel Angel Asturias
  50. 1966 - Samuel Agnon, Nelly Sachs
  51. 1965 - Mikhail Sholokhov
  52. 1964 - Jean-Paul Sartre
  53. 1963 - Giorgos Seferis
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  58. 1958 - Boris Pasternak
  59. 1957 - Albert Camus
  60. 1956 - Juan Ramon Jimenez
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  70. 1946 - Hermann Hesse
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  85. 1931 - Erik Axel Karlfeldt
  86. 1930 - Sinclair Lewis
  87. 1929 - Thomas Mann
  88. 1928 - Sigrid Undset
  89. 1927 - Henri Bergson
  90. 1926 - Grazia Deledda
  91. 1925 - George Bernard Shaw
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  93. 1923 - William Butler Yeats
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